this adaptation of Jane Austin’s novel Emma is a busybody often wrong in her matchmaking but, with the help of Mr. Knightly’s criticisms, at last reaching maturity–and love.
When two Orthodox Jews, at the end of WW 2, get off a train at a small Hungarian village & load 2 mysterious boxes in a wagon, the villagers are alarmed and filled with fear and guilt.
When the jilted girlfriend of the bride’s brother insists on coming to the wedding anyway, she is relegated to the table of misfits.
More Greek than the Greeks, Gus & Maria argue how to fix a priest’s failure to sign their marriage license years ago, & their granddaughter worries her parents Ian & Toula that she might attend a far away college.
Alfred Molina and John Lithgow are terrific in this new movie. 5 stars! Click the movie title to read my entire review.
May returns from NYC to Amman to prepare for her marriage to an American Muslim professor, but her Christian mother is against it. Then she too has doubts.
Retired office worker, feeling useless & a widower; sets off to stop daughter’s wedding. A seemingly trivial act brings unexpected meaning to his life.
Contributing reviewer Markus Watson says this movie, by the creators of Love Actually and Notting Hill is “funny” and “charming”! CLICK the movie title, here, to read the whole review.